Korea track ready for first race Korea Auto Valley Operation (KAVO), promoter of the upcoming 2010 FORMULA 1 KOREAN GRAND PRIX, today announced the Korea International Circuit (KIC) will stage its inaugural event on September 4th and 5th as finishes touches are put to the country’s first ever international motorsport facility. The “Circuit Run 2010” will mark the 50-day countdown to the country’s first ever FORMULA 1 Grand Prix, as work continues to ensure the facility’s readiness for the October date.
“Circuit Run 2010” will include a lap of the new circuit by Formula One World Championship leaders Red Bull Racing, with Karun Chandhok at the wheel of the team’s running show car, as well as a variety of car and motorcycle performances, parades and shows.
The event will serve as a promotion for the forthcoming 2010 FORMULA 1 KOREAN GRAND PRIX, and will include the “M Super Concert”, a live performance organized by M.net.
In addition to the announcement of the KIC’s first event, KAVO also released new images of KIC, which is currently 90% complete.
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